In the survey that we have conducted it shows that 7 out of 10 students says that homework given on fridays doesn't affect their health and social life but even prepares them for the future. Homework on fridays also allows us to add or write more information on our projects because we have the time to research properly. Homework on fridays also helps us refresh our memories on our current topic.If we were given homework only on weekdays our homework will just keep piling and pilling up and more homework results to students to sleep at a late hour because they only have one night to answer all their homework and study for their tests scheduled the next day and not sleeping in a reasonable hour will damage the students health while if we were given homework on fridays we still have time to answer our homework and chitchat with our friends because one homework does not take 48 hours to answer and we get to sleep at a reasonable time. As our slogan says "Homework on fridays less work on weekdays".This says that if we have homework on fridays we will have lighter load of work and will have the time to study well for our quizzes. As you have hear in these facts that we have stated it shows that homework on fridays clearly has no negative effect on the student`s health and social life but may even have a positive effect.
However, the teachers only do this to teach the students that they have to be able to handle their self once they get into college. Although attendance is required in college and many enforce it, some teachers do not. In college, the teachers feel it is the students’ responsibility to come to class and if they choose to skip the class, the teacher doesn’t say anything, but it affects their final
Students need structure. Structure in the classroom will cause self motivation in students. Also, students don't like being held accountable for their actions. Having to talk to students about why they didn't finish their assignments will motivate them to do their work. Most students try to avoid being lectured or get in trouble for something they can avoid.
They manage all of the life tasks and even help their children apply to colleges, but then, when their children go to other countries to attend colleges; those children like me are unable to handle those necessary tasks by ourselves. For example, when I came to college, I did not know even how to enroll in classes until the third semester. Before college, at the beginning of every semester in China my parents enrolled for me in school, so I did not need to enroll in classes by myself. After high school, my parents found an agency to help me to apply to KU, and all of the documents had to submit were prepared by my parents and the agency. All I had to do was enjoying the results.
If a student is unable to write or read then you can take the role of a reader and/or a scribe but still make sure that you are only writing down what the students say to you. * Accompany students on trips and activities associated with their college courses. Student will have trips that are part of their course and so you can go on the trip with the student to give them support and encouragement. And to assist them with any personal care that they require outside of college. * Assist the Physical Care and SLDD Co-ordinator in the provision of quality learning environment.
It has to do with a person’s willingness to work hard, and I think it’s always been that way” (Scott and Leonhardt 2005:5). There are many arguments within the book that describe why class does matter in America today. One argument is the argument that the upper class lives longer than those individuals in classes below them. This is because individuals with a lot of capital have better insurance and means to pay for treatments and medical attention, where the lower class is unable to pay for medical treatment. As quoted in the book, “As advances in medicine and disease prevention have increased life expectancy in the United States, the benefits have disproportionately gone to people with education, money, good jobs, and connections” (Scott 2005:29).
As an example, my listening speaking class had no books nether a specific curriculum. Instead I had a new topic every week to discuss, search it for further information and finally make a presentation to the class. But that hadn’t been done some teacher, I had it with a teacher who holds a master degrees in education, English literature and psychology of student behavior. I had the most engaging class that motivate everyone in the class to speak and listen
Students generally act the way they are dressed. With fewer fashion distractions, school will be seen as a priority for teaching and learning rather than trend competitions. This alteration leads to modification in grades because it’s much easier to focus when everyone is dressed alike. Furthermore, a student’s attendance also stands a chance to improve; without the hassle of picking out a new outfit every morning. I’m pretty sure that every student spends all most half an hour in front of their closet wondering what to wear.
According to them, teachers will not focus on teaching the students. They will instead focus on trying to please the students in order for them to keep their job. They are right to some extent. But if parents help them in grading, teachers’ wrong judgement can be avoided. They also have to consider that teachers can be as petty and immature as students at times and may give students low grades that they do not deserve.
When you get to the 12th grade all you want to do is elective classes those teachers are usually a little more passive; meaning they will let you pass for showing up. Some examples of elective classes are P.E., Basketball, Weight lifting and nursing. Simple classes like that you do not have test in. All you have to do is show up for class. That is how you end up with a simple schedule for 12th grade.